Ultrarunner and author Mirna Valerio recalls patterns of overstriving in her young self that she still carries today.
Yes, it's freezing. But getting out of the house and into the cold could be good for you.
Mirna "The Mirnavator" Valerio shares an excerpt from her first book.
Our September cover runner, Mirna Valerio, shares how nature inspires every aspect of her life.
A Beautiful Work In Progress comes out 10/1!
Mirna Valerio shares her recent experience with the The North Face Endurance Challenge, part of her training for the 2017 TransRockies Run.
Running Start, a program launched by Nicole DeBoom, is a program geared toward helping women that want to change their lives for the better.
Mirna Valerio has the most beautiful response to one hater who said some terrible things to her.
Though still not ideal, there have been some positive changes made in the way of clothes for larger athletes. Some questions still remain.
Each long run distance requires a certain amount of fuel and what you eat for breakfast should vary because of that fact.
The right gear can make or break a long run. Here is a guide to dressing yourself from head to toe so you are prepared for anything.
Running solo—no matter the location—can sometimes be scary. Here is how one trail runner is conquering her fear and preparing for anything.
We need to change the way we think about health and weight and realize that the two aren't always as connected as we thought.
Think you're ready to move past the marathon? Then ultras are for you and these five are a great place to move up your mileage.
Fat Girl Running shares her goals for the year that are taking her out of her comfort zone, while helping her grow mentally and spiritually.
Laura Perry is quickly making a name for herself in the sport. Find out what a typical day looks like for the ultrarunner.
As she resets her nutrition for the New Year, Fat Girl Running shares what she has learned about portions sizes and her training schedule.
Jill Angie quit her job in corporate America and dedicated her life to helping women of any size reach their running goals.
If your eating habits were less than stellar last year, use these expert-approved steps to reset your nutrition and start the year strong.
Earlier this year, Fat Girl Running shared her SMART goals. How did she do? She reflects on what she learned throughout 2016.
With winter weather comes dry, crackled skin. Fat Girl Running is sharing two skincare lines to keep you moisturized all winter long.
Fat Girl Running took the MilestonePod for some test runs and has her official review—both pros and cons—of the affordable unit.
There's more to consider beyond where and when it will be. Fat Girl Running shares what you should know for the perfect first race day.
Sometimes you have to fake it 'til you make it. Fat Girl Running shares how you can overcome some negative self talk and hit the gym.
No matter your shape, size, weight or gait—you are a runner. Here's how to celebrate your body and rock your running at the same time.
While recovering from injury, one runner discovered that backpacking helped her maintain cardio and build strength.
As runners we of course use our legs, but there is another part that can make or break our efficiency.
Injury doesn't have to set you back; it just requires you to reset goals and manage your expectations accordingly.
What would you do if you had a year off from work and everyday responsibility? This is how Fat Girl Running would spend her time.
In addition to the obvious, like the health benefits, there are some reasons that running is simply the best.
This coach has seen what high schoolers can take away from cross country first-hand.
This story of Jameela Abdul-Rahim Mujaahid will both amaze and inspire you.
After having personal trainers push their own agendas in the past, here's how one runner knew she found the perfect one for her.
Whether you are a newbie or veteran to the trails, these ten reminders from Fat Girl Running are a great refresher for your next run.
What do you get when you combine the Green Mountains of Vermont, fresh-out-of-the-oven pizza and cool beer in a finisher’s pint glass?
Fat Girl Running reflects on her race weekend and shares how to find the good in any race.
She discovered her love of running when struggling to meet the Army's timed-run standards.
Here is how one runner approached it and found surprising benefits.
One runner shares the positivity she has found through connecting with others.
Bethany Alvarez was busy studying for the SAT, applying to college and being a teenager...oh yeah, and training for a marathon.
In running it can be all too easy to play the comparison game.
And this is how it turned out.
The perfect way to reflect on your race experience is to write it all down.
Normally a solo runner, Mirna welcomed her son on a run—and enjoyed every moment of it.
Those goals you made on January—are you still working towards them?
The treadmill isn't something to dread. It is a great tool for your training.
The only things in their pantry are Gu's, powders and bars.
One runner walks us through the recovery process and why it's so tough.
This runner took away a lot of knowledge from her latest ultramarathon.
Sometimes running in circles can get you further than you could imagine.